Prince Hall established the United States’ first fraternal organization for African Americans

“As founder of America’s first fraternal organization for African Americans, Hall has the stature of a founding father. Over time the group came to be called Prince Hall Freemasons; Prince Hall Masonic lodges spread across the country in the 1800s and continue today.”

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  1. Bro. Don Luxton and I were fortunate to attend the first joint meeting of the Prince Hall Lodge in Massachusetts and The lodge in Danvers Mass. a few years ago. We were very impressed and proud to have been in attendance.

    On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 11:10 AM MANCHESTER LODGE A.F. & A.M. wrote:

    > Manchester-By-The-Sea, MA Masons posted: ” “As founder of America’s first > fraternal organization for African Americans, Hall has the stature of a > founding father. Over time the group came to be called Prince Hall > Freemasons; Prince Hall Masonic lodges spread across the country in the > 1800s and co” >

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